A Woman Whose Calling Is Men: The Memoirs of a Priestess-Identified Prostitute - Book One

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Universal Publishers, Jul 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 228 pages
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A degreed, yet very poor, single mom becomes an independent callgirl. Soon, she discovers that most men are nice guys; paid sex can be therapeutic; the demand for the service is endless; "mothers' hours" are normal; and the pay is beyond outstanding. Only three things are missing: social acceptance, the support of most feminists, and a mandated set of high standards. She finds that those deficits, and not the work itself, are the circumstances that cause whores to suffer. This is an emotional reading, a collection of three books that wrench the heart. A woman has rescued her family by committing the all-time big female offense. She shows how self-renewal and empowerment, well-seasoned by compassion and humanism, are the qualities that render such a huge taboo unjust. Her account is also the missing link in most of the Goddess "herstories." The primordial temple priestess whore, who sexually facilitated the worship of the Great Mother, has rarely been deeply looked into. Here, her praises are ecstatically sung. This trilogy is friendly and loving toward men. Men who read it will smile. Women who read it may come to understand that the greatest oppression of feminine strengths, and also the greatest liberation, may be somewhere they never would have guessed.

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